Jaws of Satan is a 1981 low-budget horror film directed by Bob Claver. The film follows a large king cobra, surreptitiously embodied by Satan himself, as it seeks revenge on Father Farrow (Fritz Weaver); a priest whose lineage has been forever cursed by his ancestor's persecution of Druids. In addition to this, the situation becomes increasingly more fatal when Satan's fanged manifestation gains further support from countless other slithering threats that begin to follow in the evil cobra's footsteps. Meanwhile, local politicians, as headed by Mayor Grady Thorpe (Jack Gordan), attempt to keep the supernatural threat from being publicized to support the town's reputation, as well as protect the success of the upcoming outset of a local dog racetrack. Belonging to the cursed bloodline that is responsible for these recent terrors, Father Farrow becomes forced to single-handedly defend himself, as well as his town, from the demonic reign of deadly snakes.